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Michigan Pulls $600 Million From Ken Fisher After Lewd Remarks

I wanted to post this article about Ken Fisher because I know first hand how aggressively he markets his company to retired investors. I'm not one to ever try to disparage my competition in any way. But I think everyone should know the true nature of this organization that is constantly running ads on TV,…
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New Scam Involves Fake Property Tax Liens

With scam artists hard at work all year, taxpayers should watch for new versions of tax-related scams. One such scam involves fake property liens. It threatens taxpayers with a tax bill from a fictional government agency. This is a new twist on an old scam because of the realistic looking letter. Many people have been…
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Can Driving Habits Affect Your Retirement?

Most of us probably don't think about how our driving habits relate to other aspects of our lives. Sure, paying a speeding ticket is a bummer. And a car accident will ruin anyone's day. But did you ever think that being a bad driver could have an impact on your retirement? I know I didn't...until…
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What Does An Inverted Yield Curve Mean?

You've probably been hearing some news lately about how the yield curve has gone inverted recently. You man be wondering, "What is an inverted yield curve? And why does that matter to me?" These are two great questions, and important ones too! Check out this really cool video of the history of the treasury yield…
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How was 2018 for you?

If you're like most investors in America, 2018 was not your favorite year when it comes to your investments. After nearly a decade of great returns in the stock market, 2018 really poured some cold water on the party. The S&P 500 index was down -4.38% (if you include reinvested dividends) for the year. That's…
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